Imaging 3.0

What is Imaging 3.0?

Imaging 3.0 is a model framework for the evolution of radiology, created by the ACR, for the purpose of optimally equipping radiologists for value-based health care and a more active role in patient care. Imaging 3.0 principles are suggested at every decision making point in the delivery of imaging care, including steps prior to and following interpretation, by utilizing proper information technology systems and processes. Principles of Imaging 3.0 affect security and privacy, workflow processes, business intelligence analytics, clinical decision support, dose and safety, education and training qualifications, image acquisition, archiving and retrieval, image display, reporting and communication, transmission and communication, RIS/EMR integration, and communication with mobile devices.

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